Areas of Focus: ACT, Assessment, Caregiver Coaching/Training, Client Programming, Consulting, Data Analysis, Implementation Science, Instructional Design, Precision Teaching, RFT, Supervision
Beth holds the following positions, Director of Global Affairs, Emergent Learning Academy, where she works with Dr. Mark Dixon in disseminating relational learning curricula; Director of Rehabilitation Services at Guangxiu International Children’s Center, Hunan Guangxiu Hospital, Changsha, China. Beth leads a team in China in the practical use of the contextual science & science of human behavior to a variety of challenges found across society. Beth received training from Dr. Mark Dixon, Dr. Steven Hayes, Dr. Evelyn Gould, Dr. Siri Ming, Dr. Linda Hayes, Dr. Scott Herbst, Dr. Kent Johnson, Michael Maloney, Dr. Richard Kubina, Dr. Vincent Carbone, Dr. Mark Sundberg, Dr Greg Hanley, Dr. Joshua Pritchard, Dr. Ivar Lovaas. Beth served as, Past President, President, and Vice President of the Arkansas Association of Behavior Analysis. Beth’s career in the field of behavior analysis has spanned across 20 years. She spent the majority of her career working with families, and individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other learning and special needs across a variety of ages and settings. Beth designed & operated the first clinic in Northwest Arkansas, she served as Clinical Director, providing gold standard treatment for autistic persons in Northwest Arkansas. Beth now works internationally disseminating & supervising others in implementing humane practices from the field of contextual science.